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Archeress and My First Poll

Firstly, I’d like to thank you all for your fairy tale suggestions last week. I got more great ideas than I have stories to write. At first I wanted to retell The Twelve Dancing Princesses for my next novella, but the theme and story wasn’t working. 496 more words

An Authoress's Life

Guest Post - Part 2 - The Magic of a Recurve Weapon

And now, for part 2 of the guest post exchange. R. M. Donaldson has written the article below about Recurve bows verse Longbows.

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The world of archery is a fun world to explore. 775 more words

Writer's Corner

Longbows - part 1

I’ve always loved archers and archeress. Robin Hood, Queen Susan, Hawkeye, Katniss, Legolas, Silvara… Whether in movies, books, or real-life, archery is cool to watch. There’s something about the quick draw, flashing arrow, and bullseye impact dozens of feet away. 1,043 more words

Writers

Greater Spotted woodpeckers, tawny owls, barn owls but no great rush of lambs, just yet!

A quite extraordinary week on the farm in that so little has happened! No rush of lambs and no more calves but lots more rain and enough warmth to get the grass growing again. 496 more words

The Farm

Episodic story telling.

Like many other people across the country, and even across the world, I’m an Archers listener.

Recently I’ve become an addict, embroiled in the voyeuristic process of watching the loathsome… 599 more words

Alan Franks nominated to be Church of England Bishop

Today’s fantastic church news is that Alan Franks has been nominated to be a Bishop in the Church of England. Alan is already very popular with BBC Radio 4 listeners. 377 more words

Anglican

What does the project mean to me?

In previous blog posts I’ve mentioned reasons on why I didn’t initially volunteer right through to the reasons why I did.

I’ve spoken about the opportunities it is creating for Bishop Auckland and the County Durham region, but what does the project mean to me? 351 more words

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